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American Kennel Club for Purebred Dogs (USA)  New Window
American Kennel Club featuring everything about purebred dogs, buying puppies, registration, canine stores, dog competition, pedigree resources, health and nutrition, care and training, and more.
Australian National Kennel Council (Australia)  New Window
To promote excellence in breeding, showing, trialling, obedience and other canine related activities and the ownership of temperamentally and physically sound pure bred dogs by responsible individuals across Australia.
Canadian Kennel Club (Canada)  New Window
The Canadian Kennel Club is the primary registry body for purebred dogs in Canada.
Ente Nazionale Cinofilia Italiana (Italy)  New Window
LEnte Nazionale della Cinofilia Italiana (E.N.C.I.) riconosciuto dallo Stato e fondato nel 1882.
Italian Club of Northern Breeds (Italy)  New Window
CIRN (Italian Club of Northern Breeds), founded in 1976, is a national Club acknowledged by ENCI (National Corporation of Italian Dog Lovers) whose main purpose is the protection of Northern Breeds.
Norwegian Kennel Club (Norway)  New Window
Norsk Kennel Klub (NKK) was founded in 1898. The initiative to establish a kennel club was taken by the sportsmen, and the first aim was to refine and improve the various hunting dogs and hounds.
Swedish Kennel Club (Sweden)  New Window
The Swedish Kennel Club is a union of non-profit clubs. Geographically, the Club is divided into 25 county clubs, and each county club is responsible for membership care in its own county.
The Irish Kennel Club (Ireland)  New Window
The Irish Kennel Club.
The Kennel Club UK (Great Britain)  New Window
The primary object of the Kennel Club is to promote, in every way, the general improvement of dogs.
The United Kennel Club, Inc. (USA)  New Window
The United Kennel Club recognizes over 300 breeds of dogs, in 8 distinct breed groups. Behind every breed we recognize is the concept of the "Total Dog," a dog that performs in the field as well as it looks.


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